Six Carson City Sheriff’s Office Reserve deputies graduate Friday – “Once a cop, always a cop, it’s like the mob,”

Nevada State Personnel WATCH

The 2015-1 graduating class of Carson City Sheriff's Department Reserves and University of Nevada Reno Reserve pose for a group photo after their graduation ceremony Friday at UNR.

RENO — Six Carson City Sheriff’s Office Reserve Deputies graduated the academy Friday night in a ceremony at the University of Nevada, Reno.

The ceremony, held in the UNR Joe Crowley Student Union Building, saw seven reserves graduate — six from Carson City and one from the UNRPD.

Reserve deputies are sworn law enforcement officers who are unpaid deputies working with police departments. They are used for a number of jobs such as foot and bike patrol, special event coverage and jail coverage. Each reserve must meet Nevada Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) requirements to become a reserve basic deputy. There are various levels of reserves, ranging from a category one which has all peace officer authority to the reserve basic and can do patrol and other things but must be under constant supervision.

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